Civility and Dealing with Conflict in Diverse Health Care Environments, Santa Monica College, 3/29/19

Recently I visited College of the Canyons in Santa Clarita, CA to talk about careers for the social good. My wife, Lena Choudhary, JD, MSN, RN who teaches nursing at Montgomery College in Maryland spoke at Santa Monica College (SMC) (March 29, 2019) while I was in Santa Clarita. The focus of her work isContinue reading “Civility and Dealing with Conflict in Diverse Health Care Environments, Santa Monica College, 3/29/19”

The Crisis of Opioids, Montgomery College Nursing Program (video)

A broadly contextualized consideration of peacebuilding would include working to reduce the vast number of Americans who are addicted to opioids.  This video was recently co-written and co-directed by my wife Lena Choudhary who teaches at Montgomery College and looks at how nurses might respond to patients. Click here or below.

Incivility in Nursing: Video Produced by Montgomery College

By: David J. Smith, March 29, 2017 Incivility is an issue across professions, but is more chronic in nursing.   Many younger nurses leave the profession early in their careers because of the way more senior nurses treat them. This has a direct relationship to conflict, of course.  Teaching new nurses to deal with overbearing,Continue reading “Incivility in Nursing: Video Produced by Montgomery College”